Sonakshi Sinha, currently enjoying the acclaim of “Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar” by Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Netflix, shares her discomfort with intimate scenes in films. She emphasizes her stance, stating that despite being in her 35th film, she remains steadfast in her decision. She asserts that her career hasn’t suffered from avoiding such scenes, maintaining transparency with directors about her boundaries. She offers to find alternative approaches or suggests they consider another actor comfortable with such scenes.

In a recent interview with Zoom, Sinha reflects on her evolving role choices, citing a shift from her previous film “Akira.” She underscores her commitment to her principles, expressing her reluctance to revert to roles objectifying women. She acknowledges her past decisions, driven partly by the opportunities presented but acknowledges the growth in her perspective over time. She values constructive criticism and sees it as integral to her artistic evolution.

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